The recent wave of consciousness in the last decade has led many young and old people to Pan-Africanism. The return to the continent and love for all things black has resurfaced interest in African history and ideologies of the past.
Between the 1920s to 1970s, there was a stronger push for a united Africa and a call on all Africans to join the Pan-African movement for a better future. Although the ideology still runs deep within Africa, in recent times it has lost much significance and is not the first point of call for several Africans, especially its leaders.
In an attempt to bring back the Pan-African ideology, here are five books by powerful African figures you should read to ignite the spirit of Pan-Africanism in you.